May 28, 2019, by Kaetryn Williams-Barnard
UNH Audiovisual Services has eliminated support for VHS players and VCR media. How does it impact classroom technology here at UNH?
The elimination of analog equipment from UNH classrooms is part of a broader "analog sunset" which is a term being used to describe the transition to digital display technologies that began within the electronics industry in 2013. As the analog sunset progresses, new electronic devices will no longer be able to interface with older analog devices and vice-versa...
January 3, 2019, by Kaetryn Williams-Barnard
AV Services has installed Crestron AirMedia® devices in select campus classrooms and conference rooms for pilot use this spring semester. This new piece of technology allows for wireless presentation of content from a laptop, smartphone, or tablet device via a WIFI wireless connection. With AirMedia®, anyone can walk into the room with a Windows or MacBook laptop and connect without wires, enabling the ease of presentation. iPhone, iPad, and Android devices can present PowerPoint, Excel, Word,...
December 15, 2015, by Craig Hopkins
Audiovisual Services will be installing new or upgraded systems in eight classrooms during Winter Break 2015 / J-Term 2016.
This work is part of our ongoing Equipment Replacement Cycle schedule which allows for future system design, new installations, and regular upgrades to keep the technology in our classrooms current.
Individual system changes will be detailed on the individual room pages below.
Contact the AV Services Classroom Support Hotline with questions or to schedule in-person...
November 10, 2015, by Craig Hopkins
In the building formerly known as SERC C, we have upgraded the Audio Visual system and added HDMI connection capability on November 6, 2015. This change applies to rooms 104 and 105.
Click here to view the updated AV classroom information pages.
Call the AV Classroom Support Hotline with any questions.